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denudation

 [de″nu-da´shun]
the stripping or laying bare of any part.

den·u·da·tion

(den'yū-dā'shŭn),
Depriving of a covering or protecting layer; the act of laying bare, as in the removal of the epithelium from a surface.
[L. de-nudo, to lay bare, fr. de, from, + nudus, naked]

denudation

/de·nu·da·tion/ (den″u-da´shun) the stripping or laying bare of any part.

denudation

[den′o̅o̅dā′shən]
Etymology: L, denudare, to make bare
1 the process of stripping bare.
2 a condition of losing an outside layer, such as an epithelium.

den·u·da·tion

(dēnū-dāshŭn)
Depriving of a covering or protecting layer; the act of laying bare, as in the removal of the epithelium from an underlying surface.

den·u·da·tion

(dēnū-dāshŭn)
Depriving of a covering or protecting layer.

denudation (den´yoodā´shən),

n stripping bare; the process of removing the outer (epithelial) layer by surgery or disease.
deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)
(dēok´sērī´bōnooklā´ik),
n See DNA.

denudation

the stripping or laying bare of any part.
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Denudational hills are observed in a few patches of the upper part of the Anjani river catchment (Fig.
01%) potential zone is present mainly in the coastal plain, and it includes saltpan, clay patches and salt marsh, tidal flat deposits and denudational hills, built-up and forest landuse patterns, a vertisol soil type and higher drainage density.
In Late- and Post-Glacial time the Pandivere Upland, of denudational and glacially eroded origin, underwent glacioisostatic uplift as part of the North Estonian carbonaceous plateau.